Erasmus Mundus Fully Funded Scholarships

The scholarships are funded by the EACEA of the European Union and will meet the cost of participation costs/tuition fees, insurance and provide 1,400 Euros per month to successful applicants, which will contribute towards travel, relocation and daily living expenses. Please note: Erasmus Mundus scholarships are subject to availability. See Disclaimer below.

Erasmus Mundus Partially Funded Scholarships

Partially funded scholarships are also offered to meet the cost of participation costs/tuition fees as well as full insurance cover for the duration of the programme. thanks to Erasmus Mundus funding. Please note: Such scholarships are subject to availability. See Disclaimer below.
Please be advised that students who have already benefited from an Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters (EMJM) or Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) scholarship are not eligible to apply for an additional scholarship. They may, however, apply to the programme as a fully self-funded student. See below.

Self-Funded Applicants
(50% reduction of participation costs for intake 2024)

We welcome applications from those who are able to self-fund the Choreomundus participation and other costs. The final application date for self-funding is 4th April 2024. Email choreomundus.staps for more information on how to apply for August 2024 intake. Information on participation costs may be found below.

• International Students – €18,000 for the 2-year programme or €4,500 per semester
• EU/UK Students – €9,500 for the 2-year programme or €2,250 per semester

For intake 2024, there will be a 50% reduction in participation costs.
Important: The self-funded student application process will also be organised according to applicant categories. Please indicate whether you apply as a national of an EU Member State or a third country associated to the Programme (Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Türkiye and Republic of Serbia), or as a national of another country of the world. Moreover, if you have dual nationality please indicate whether you apply as an EU/UK student or as an international student.
See admission requirements.


Please note that this information has been compiled to help students identify sources of funding. To the best of our knowledge the information is correct at the time of writing but Choreomundus is not responsible for any changes or inaccuracies:

Ordinary Erasmus + student exchanges will be available for one or two semesters. You can find some tips here

For students not studying at UCA in Semester 4, grants from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region will be available. See link here.

Please visit the page of the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund

Scholarship programmes

Funding in various countries

Disclaimer: The award of scholarships depends on a positive decision by the EACEA of the European Commission.

Contribution to individual needs of students with special needs

Students with disabilities can benefit from financial assistance (see Disclaimer below) to meet their specific needs if they meet the general eligibility criteria.

All students enrolled in the Erasmus Mundus Choreomundus master’s programme (with or without a scholarship), regardless of their scholarship status, who have disabilities such as long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments certified by a competent national authority, may apply for financial assistance to acquire special equipment or services, third-party assistance, adaptation of their working environment and additional travel or transportation costs.

Disclaimer: The award of financial assistance depends on a positive decision by the EACEA of the European Commission as regards the co-funding of the EMJM Choreomundus.